Well I started my all out fitness goals. I really have always wanted to try Yoga and I also was really excited to start tennis up again and kick boxing. I also want to learn how to golf this summer and continue to practice my rock climbing adventures. So as most of you know I never have been good at going half way on something. Fitness is of course no exception! The other day I began with a feverish excitement at all I am going to do. I started off at the gym doing my stomach crunches, then lunges. After that I headed to the park for an hour of roller blading. I may have mentioned to many of you that I love roller blading at liberty park because it is a good ride, and extremely flat. However, I removed my brakes from my roller blades, so I really have to time getting off the sidewalk onto the ramp perfectly. So I was ending my last lap as a SUV was approaching I decided to increase my speed so that I could make it down and to my car. I guess I didn't really think my approach plan out very clearly I timed it to miss the SUV perfectly.....but I didn't realize that I was going way to fast as I approached my car I decided that I would just keep going towards it, and I would put out my arms to stop myself. Well I definitely made contact! I slammed so hard into the side of my car that I bounced off and landed turtle style on my tooshi! I was a little banged up, but nothing too bad. I had a good laugh at my lack of grace or anything close to skill. But don't think that I let that stop me! I went back to the gym with a friend, and we did a 15 minute super ab class, followed by an hour of yoga! I really didn't think much of it, except that when I woke up yesterday I felt like my body was no longer composed of various muscle groups, but every inch felt like tightly wound rubber bands. But as they say...no pain no gain right?^^
I dedicate this blog to those that love life and aren't afraid to dream big........anything is possible! So to all my friends and family that scatter the vast global community.....I promise to post the minute and sometimes exciting days of my life. I may not be brilliant or beautiful.....but my friends say that I do have a good portion of wit and sassafras!